Mission critical circuit breakers

PowerPact Mission Critical circuit breakers by Schneider Electric are used for emergency systems where continuous service is needed.


PowerPact Mission Critical circuit breakers add new J- and L-frame sizes for emergency systems in hospitals, data centers, oil and gas, or any application where continuity of service is needed. The circuit breakers deliver selective coordination while allowing maximum selectivity with downstream circuit breakers for maximum continuity. Features of this product include innovations to selectively coordinate critical systems for improving uptime and continuity, while meeting current National Electric Codes (2005, 2008, and 2011). Its compact size allows for greater flexibility and simplified installation and maintenance, meaning cost savings for customers. The selective coordination analysis online tool provides a smart, dependable way to selectively coordinate branch circuits, on two- or three-tier systems. 

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